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Pearl Harbor long ago, but never forgotten

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The sneak attack on Pearl Harbor 67 years ago today claimed the scion of a Unaweep Canyon ranching family. A survivor of the attack later moved to Grand Junction, where he once worked as a planning director and now is retired. The survivor, ...


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FFA chapter draws from all over

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jessica Ferro has no problems with her school day starting before the sun comes up. Although she lives in Clifton, Ferro attends Fruita Monument High School because it is the only high school in School District 51 that offers a Future Farmers ...


Deputies investigating stabbing at Cactus Canyon

By Staff

Someone was stabbed at Cactus Canyon Bar in Clifton around 12:30 a.m. Saturday, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The victim was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, Deputy Lisa McCammon said. The Sheriff’s ...


Parlor sting months in the making

By Staff

Interviews with men exiting a local massage parlor, sifting through the establishment’s trash and an undercover operation all led to the Grand Junction Police Department closing a suspected brothel last month, according to a recently ...


Junction man suspected of murder attempt, sexual assault

By Tim Harty

A 68-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested early Saturday on suspicion that he attempted to kill a female acquaintance in his home. Police said in an arrest affidavit they believe William Einer Rydell, 999 Bookcliff Ave., Unit M2, was ...


High number of prisoners released early spurs Colorado auditor’s report

By Staff

Less than a year after state lawmakers requested a probe into skyrocketing early prison releases, the Colorado Department of Corrections has reported that discretionary prison releases shot up again by a double-digit percentage. During the ...


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Parade of Lights 2008: Children lined Main Street to see floats.

By Staff

Kathie Iles of Grand Junction keeps the Parade of Lights afloat. The 61-year-old is as vital to the Christmas parade in Grand Junction as the jingle in “Jingle Bells” or Rudolph himself. The annual Parade of Lights was Saturday ...


Advantage Rent-A-Car closes doors

By Staff

Advantage Rent-A-Car closed its doors on the Western Slope, and possibly in a majority of its markets nationwide, as of Thursday night. Three employees at the Advantage counter at the Grand Junction Regional Airport declined to comment and ...


State gets extension on roadless rules

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado will get another shot at redefining its roadless-area protection plan after the Forest Service on Friday granted the state an open-ended extension. The state initially faced a Friday deadline for sending the roadless rule to ...


Vail Resorts plans to lay off 50 workers, suspend raises

By Special to the Sentinel

Vail Resorts Inc. said it will lay off 50 workers and suspend raises and some benefits for many of the people it employs year-round. The Broomfield-based ski-area operator revealed its plans in an e-mail sent by CEO Rob Katz to the full-time ...


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